By Alan Davies
When Alan Davies was once turning out to be up he appeared to force his relatives mad. 'What are we going to do with you?' they'd ask - as though he may possibly comprehend the answer.
Perhaps it used to be simply because he got here of age within the Eighties. That decade of massive hair, greed, camp tune, mass unemployment, social unrest and really shameful trousers used to be complicated for youths. there has been much to think in - loads to face for, or stand opposed to - and Alan made up our minds to hitch whatever with the note 'anti' in it. He used to be searching for heroes to steer him (relatively) unscathed into adulthood.
From his persistent kleptomania to the relocating look for his mother's grave years after she died; from his obsession with becoming a member of (going as far as to join Chickens Lib) to his first forays into making humans giggle (not continually intentionally); Teenage Revolution is a touching and humorous go back to the adolescence that make us all.